As I've mention, I'm not much of a morning person, which prevents me from enjoying as many sunrises as I would like.
Sunset, however, are another matter.
I am always out and ready to catch a sunset, and SE has some of the best.
Many of these sunsets were unplanned. I didn't go to a particular vista and wait around all evening to catch the perfect shot of the sunset. Instead, I was just hanging out, doing my thing, and happened to notice the amazing color changes in the sky.
|sitting in front of the date to Angkor Wat, Siem Reap|
|watching as the tourists leave Angkor Wat, Siem Reap|
|Alone among temples in Bagan|
|walking through the city streets in Yangon|
|Outside the Sule Pagoda in Yangon|
|walking near the mote in Mandalay|
|from the boat at Ha Long Bay|
|from an island at Ha Long Bay|
|From a bridge in Hue|
|Along the river in Hue|
|along the beach in Nha Trang Beach|
|Overlooking a rice paddy in Hoi An|
|from our apartment in Saigon|
|From the Starbucks overlooking city streets in Saigon|
|At the citadel in Hue|
|walking around Chiang Mai|
|From our apartment rooftop in Chiang Mai|
|from Nimman road in Chiang Mai|
|Outside a mall parking lot in Kuta|
|At the rocky beach in Bali|
|Bats coming out of Mulu caves in Borneo|
|walking along the MeKong River in Vientiane|
|Looking out over the Mekong in Huay Xai|
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